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    EMBC - using a database

    Hi - we've got a web developer jazzing up the school website and he is having a lot of trouble getting database stuff working on our EMBC host.

    When I called, they assured me that they supported MS Access and MySQL - but it is apparently causing a lot of hassle and not working.

    Just wondered if anyone else was using their EMBC space with databases etc and whether you had to do anything special to get it working?

    Cheers

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    Re: EMBC - using a database

    Hi

    Are you on server that uses php and mysql I am slightly different we where one of first schools and had to go through whooe load of stuff.

    But works ok know got mediawiki running on it no issues.

    What is he trying to do?

    Russell

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    Re: EMBC - using a database

    Quote Originally Posted by russdev
    Hi

    Are you on server that uses php and mysql I am slightly different we where one of first schools and had to go through whooe load of stuff.

    But works ok know got mediawiki running on it no issues.

    What is he trying to do?

    Russell
    Ah - which server do we need to be on? I'm not really involved beyond giving him a hand to try and get it going.

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    Re: EMBC - using a database

    Well not sure can you do php on the webspace if not then probably need to be moved servers.

    Russel

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    Re: EMBC - using a database

    @spuffmonkey

    I am with them tomorrow so I will ask.

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    Re: EMBC - using a database

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    @spuffmonkey

    I am with them tomorrow so I will ask.
    Cheers Tony - I'd appreciate that.

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    Re: EMBC - using a database

    Noone technical there in the end ... just went over legal and contract stuff.

    I have sent it on the the Tech bods this evening though, I'll ask again on Tuesday.

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